Another name for egg?
The white part of an egg is often referred to as the "albumin" or "Glair". Albumen is actually the major protein constituent of the egg white. The albumin surrounds the yolk. The egg white makes up approximately 2/3 of the total weight of the whole egg and is made up of water, proteins (albumin), trace minerals, vitamins and glucose.
Spiny Anteater is another name for the echidna. However, echidnas are not related to anteaters at all, despite the name. Echidnas are monotremes, or egg-laying mammals, while anteaters a placental mammals. Echidnas have sharp spines, hence the name 'spiny' and they feed primarily on termites, as well as ants.
A kiwi lays one large egg (about six times the size of an egg from another bird of the same size) then, 24 days later, lays another egg. The second egg is beginning to develop as soon as the first is laid. On rare occasions, a kiwi may lay a third egg. The kiwi does not breed again until around the same time the following year.